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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, IRgn THE LBTHBRIDGS DAILY'HERALD MILADI 4 e a PfiRSOKAU 4 ;.Mr. siad Mrs. ICeGutre had at liolr sxwsts Mrs. Bi. -and Xlfc Margaret B. BenitoU.-.iffcq left- thfc atwmoon tor thej will make thtir future ur H; Wllmot of Island whfe-has ieea guwt'of Mrs. J. M. i ei.uriitfu uj-Ver home today. Barrow list ulgh.ffor to a ciweb. delegation and will return to the city Wednesday .noon. He is "accompanied by Mrir- Mr. Arthur formerly of tils city biit'now of Bdiaonton, his ed from Bow .-laland where he has been' teaching for the part term, the week-end, piest 61 bis aunt, 'Mrs.. George Harper, prior returning to the Edmonton Uni- versity. Mrs. AleivbirTfo Mil Mtsa beth 61, are spending a ..few wUh Mr. and Mrs. T. E. 9th1 strew while en ronie to Ontario where they will spend Mveral months visiting.: 7 Mr." Kifinbo'thiin spent last week .in Edmonton, pfrertdlng at the annual -meeting of Ihe Alberta Phar- maceutical lAssbclatlon." Mr. Lowell Cobbladtck of Edmonton visitor iii the city. Mcsnrs. B. F. Manbey and -Pelley attended -.tie-.T.JC.CJA. Calgary on Saturday. Mr. f; miniser- of -the Underwood Typewriters Amoc. and Mr. are Calvary visitors in tire cfty Mr. 'Suckling, of the "House of: is in .tile, lity today visiting the .'Awiniboia Mmlc Co.j.LM., local Nordheiiaer agents. A.' aX. V ;Mr. Mai left on Saturday lot Montreal where ho will begin his third ssar in law at the MoGIll Uni- :.r Grace Carson and Mitt Mildred Pnmae are In the city today en rente to, their home in Bow Island after sending (he past tiro months at the coast. SOCIAL There has been a. series of small dinner parties given recently in honor Mrs. E, Bennett and Miss Margaret Bennett, the hosteeaes being Mrs. A. R. MoOnlre, Misses' Curry and .lenson, MM'. 'P: A, Stollze and Miss J. Tilney. f T Miss Ruth flalbraith entertained a parly pt; twenty.two (rlenda on Ftl- dar In honor of Mr. Lowell CibbltiHck of Caljary. 4" Or. Wednesday evening, the teuch- eri and a of friends were de- entsrtalned by Miss J. Til- ney in honor of E. Bonnott and MUi> Bennett. At the con- (Jusloiiot a 'pleasant etealng and a dalpty iBncbeon, the guests of honor were made the recipents of a hand- soiiio reading lamp In appreciation ot the esteem in .which they were held during. the manr.years resMcnt In this city. The danilnt IB tie G.W. on'Salnrtey well a general' scceeM. Tie rooms 'were made frtgant with flowere; of while tbe tea. cettre d'f iators of the same hue. Members of the MltiU.ry' .Chapter were in charge of the tcV-tablca and (ho committee are to on Ue splendid maaA'gmitA, o; the wbole affair.' KplfBdH dance selections' were rend- ered. Ijf JDaMtag and Mr. The St. Palricfs Afd Rum- raafe SJale in the Miners' hall trSpIenilld, success. Those In -rere: Mrs. gaunders, Mrs. Miles, JMra; Tendant, Mrs. Bernard and. Rogers. food feeds No Suytor Onediahadaywiil make for health WEDDINGS 4 occupic-d by- the late Lady August Horvey, has been granted by the King to Lady Solomon, widow of the Hon. Sir William Henry Solomon, who wns senior Puisne' Judge, In Ihe -Transvaal. r Princess Margaret of Denmark rhas passed her examination and wonrthe degree of doctor ot philosophy at the University ot Copenhagen. Although Dudley separ- ated from his wife 'tluriug the insi eight years of' her life, yet he has been very hard hit ly her recent tragic death in' Ireland, through drowning. He made no attempt to conceal his grief at her funeral, and has since then made changes in his establishment. Among oilier things, he has Just completes, tile sale of his splendid country seat 'In Worcester- shire, known. us Witley. court, which was the principal home of the happier years of his married life, and from which he has kept aloof ever since his wife refused in 1912 to live with him any longer. t. t A FORECAST OF PAGE THIRTEEN Daily Fashion Bjf-Gertrm'.e Beresford o CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tho -Wesley Camp fFire Girls will most this evening at as follows Tho two senior camps at the home of Miss Lois Craig; 605 14lh street, S. Miss Prpssor's camp at her home 808 6th avenue, south. Perkln's camp at tho home of Mfii Ver.VMacleod, 3l9 13th street. A general meeting of the Mathesla club will he held In tbe Y.M.C.A. on Wednesday, Sept. 2ath at Ae this' Is anniversary day, It It hoped tiat every member who can possibly do so, will attend. Christian Science Society, Hull block, ground floor, will hold their regular testimony meeting at Tho ladies' Aid of St. Patrick's church 'thank all those who so 'kindlydonated to their rummage sale which was held on Saturday. The memhera of tho Military Chap- O. E. wish to thank ail those Vtio helped to make their tea dansant, held in (ho G. W. V. A. club rooms on Saturday 'afternoon, a success, Special thanks aro tendered to Mrs. Hendrle as convenor of tho lea and to tho musicians who, so kindly gave their servlcc-3, while an undoubted word of praise Is also due to Miss Bawdon, to whom credit must go for the beautifully decorated room and tatles, 't Admiral Orayson, President WII son's doctor, tins been writing about the advantages of horse-riding as an exercise. It nppears that Presidents Wilson, Taft, and Roosevelt huve all been enthusiastic horsemen. Since the of Mr. Gladstone, British Prime Ministers have not followed their example. Disraeli was a poor horseman, end only rode, occasionally, from a sense of duty. Sir Koljcrl Peel died from Injuries sustained in being thrown from his horse, ftilrh- waa a keen, and regular rUler. AC. Mtllcranil is a very pleasant. PROMINENT PEOPLf THE COMING MODE, (Krom Vogue.) Skirts for. tailored gowns and suits continue short. Afternoon models will have longer skirls, and evening gowns will be decidedly longer. Coats ot tailored suits arc sleeve length and boxed; or three-quarters length, flaring at tho sides, or cut to hang straight and narrow. Frocks with a new, straight, three- quarters or longer cape to match, in- stead ot a coat, are offered to replace the usual lalllcur. A long, slender line with a greater definition o( the figure, showing me- diaeval Italian Influence, is one of tho new silhouettes; Louis XIII. and Di- rcctoiro lines are also featured, and modified princess lines. Many smart models are entirely beltless. Evening gowns will have a conslder- Shave, Bathe and Shampoo with one Cuticura EFFERVDCQIT Clears the Complexion Another (telilnt, Bletd- tng< or tng'I'lloa, No DPI CO B I fcifciXiT pr.ChjM's pinsmcnt will ail aSorci.lsitliiit.Ijtiiunt., We. a bin- an dMItr.V-or Kclhanxni, Mliil fon, Unj A lorcmlo. gsmplolkrifKHI you men lion till) tat (o tmteft. The coat frock is one of the most important garments in the fashionable woman's wardrobe this season. There are many variations of ibis practical dross which shows such, interesting trimmings. A particularly smart mo- del is illustrated. This is mado.of ruby red duvetyn. -The lower part of the (Iress Is charmingly embroidered with gray decoration frequently applied to tho modish frock. Gray but- tons oniament tho front, while the nar- "row belt showc-'a touch of blue, for it Is lined with -that color of duvetyn. The collar and cuffs aro fashioned from moleskin.-The dashing hat of dnrk blue velvet has a trimming of gray feathers. able modified decolletaje, and trans- parent trains will be.a feature. Black Is very feniart.'and red. gray, henna, brown, bright blue, cyclamen pink, canary yellow and jade are fa- vorite colors. Combinations of fabrics are well liked. Duvetyn and lie chine are. a and' very.effective' autumn coni- biuatlo'n. Sleeves are of great variety, many are bell shaped; some are long, tight, and others arc full and caught nito'a-close'fancy wristlet. There is ;i persistent offort to bring the high baftgyuto favor, anil many cha'nniiig-: yerjSJfms It are Persia. China' aijiiVEiypt have all been Jftjfc Inspiration. Models fqrithe E.WjeV, for tho house, for the blouses have Keen louebed by. this craze for CODE 4 Wcrz has just returned frdtn''Kaiti. whore he has completed the of. the Lea- gue of Nations' It has also boen adopted .in and Switier- land. The co'dt'cinsists ot only ten'- symbols, five cyphers. By using in comblua; lions, official messages of any lengtlf can he 'sent.-. H-'is" llie shortest code ever dqvised. .BELGIAN COOKIES AND COCOANUT RINGS Regular 50c a Tomorrow, ONE DAY ONLY WATCH THIS SPACE FOR SPECIALS TOMORROW. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND DESIRABLE GOODS OF RECOGNIZED QUALITY WITH A STRONG PRICE APPEAL BOYS' TWEED SUITS Made from selected tweeds, in neat style, straight pant. Sties 3 years to 1 years. Regular {9.00. MEN'S UNION WOOL SHIRTS Camper collar, lull size, made from the best union Hanuel. Regular AA Special wool inatkluaw cloth. All sizes. Special........................ MEN'S PURE WOOL PULL- OVER SWEATERS High roll neck, durable nnd good wash- ing yarn. Colors brown, navy and grey Sizes 34 to 42. Regular valuoB.' Sne- BOYS' GREY FLANNEL SHIRTWAISTS Fine tailored, extra fine naatity flennel. Sizes yeara to ysars. Regular value BOYS' TWEED HATS. All or sizes. At.......................Vfavvv BOYS' TWEED HATS. All An fA BOYS' VELVET PLUSH HATS. Ali sizes. At................... BOYS' VELVET PLUSH HATS. All sizes. At................ BLUE STRIPED sties." One of the best 'makes and mads from good overall material. An pn Special 200 WOMEN'S OVERALL APRONS TO SELL TO- MORROW AT We doubt If you can buy the prints and make them yourself for llic-nrlce and in any caso few somen .will want to when they are here all crisp and clean and ready to slip-on. If your apron stock is low.buy now. Most Buyers Want Flannelette rowns Now And.we are fortunate in having our tall stocks in. Good roomy gowns in plain whito flannelette, slipover or" slyle, arc available Open fronts Outsize Gowns trimmed with embroidery at and NURSES' UNIFORMS AND APRONS Cross Uniforms, with ;hlgh..or tllrn-dqivn cql- -aleevesi Nurses' Aprons, with gath- ered skirt, large PA A SHOWING OF THE SEASON'S NEWEST MODELS IN MODART CORSETS Properly fitted by our expert corse tleres to the figure for which. It was designed nnd carefully adjusted each time It is worn, it will mould that figure to tho Ideal proportions of Its type. H-will.safeguard tie wearer against those .bodily-ailments that aro often the result of Improper coraetry. It will render a wearing service that alone is worth, the price, of the garment. Priced -The'new navy, grey and'reil wool middy has arrived at weeK. Come in two trimmed with braid. Balkan and 'JacK Tar. HUG-ME-TIGHTS The ftug-Me-Tlehts, the little warm the coat on chilly daya.'Time to gel these at once ivlille our'otock Is c'ohiplete and colors are Price SMART DRESSES FOR AimiNlAKE THEIR APPEARANCE NOVELTY DRESS Of serge cloth, round collar.. The front worked with the beautiful col- ored wool, accordiau pleated over 'drape. Sizo 20. Pft MODEL TAILORED DRESS Of navy sorgo clotb, long wnlsted styles, with round neck, full hip pockets. Beautifully braided with tho new green chenille. Tio bolt. An ..............................pDU.UU BLACK DUCHESS SATIN DRESS "i For afternoon or evening wear. In over-Wouso effect, hequtffully, beaded with the new cut steel bead draped skirt. Size 40. 10 SERGE DRESSES FOR TUESDAY SELLING Well made and In all-wool serge. That one-piece dress is here at last at the price no one can turn down. FOR TUESDAY SELLING THE HOOVER IS THE MOST WONDERFUL OF ALL For years, in the finest mansions of two continents, the Hoover has been prolonging the beauty of the costliest rugs'that have woven. It steadfastly has beaten out all the harmful embedded grit, swept'ujp all the stubboyn litter, brushed straight'the velvety nap, revived the rich colorings and suctioyl-cleaned- the surface. Only the Hoover does all this. And it is the largest selling electric' cleaner in the world. THE IT IT CLEANS Ask for a demonstration in your home. Phone 513 for Hoover quarters. SPECIALS FROM THE DDV ft 1 .White Cotton At Lew Than Wholesale Cost 100 yards only, English Ixnix- cloth, 36 Indies wide, No filling. Very oven weave, Regular vahio 85o yard. To clear Tuesday rjj at, yard "WHITE WOOL BLANKETS Ileautiful quality, medium size whilst! ihnins. Regular ..Value Tucsilas; special, pair ;